Alexander Low is a film producer and writer with over 25 years experience in the shaping and distribution of large format films. As VP Development and Marketing for The Stephen Low Company, Alex spearheads the development and launch of new projects and is engaged in worldwide distribution of the firm’s IMAX experiences.
Alex’s career encompasses the full cinema chain from design, funding and production through global distribution and education outreach. Alex began his career working in feature film funding and production in the mid-1980s before becoming engaged in giant-screen filmmaking. He has since written, produced and consulted on more than two dozen giant screen projects in 2D and 3D. He produced Rocky Mountain Express (2011), Rescue 3D (2011), The Ultimate Wave 3D (2010) and spearheaded and produced the development of the ground-breaking deep-sea science film Volcanoes of the Deep Sea (2003). He has also served as a writer and collaborator on Bears (2001), Titanica (1992), Super Speedway (1997), and Mark Twain’s America 3D (1998) among many other projects for IMAX screens worldwide.
Alex has a BA in Political Science from McGill University (1986) as well as a diploma in music. He avidly pursues interests in visual language, design and music performance as well as a host of subjects tied to his work in the shaping of documentary film projects.